Assassin’s Creed Valhalla announces Tombs of the Fallen Pack 2

September 21, 2022

The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is going to include more intriguing tombs at some point in the near future.

A.C.fans were presented with the announcement of an upcoming DLC pack, an update in the “Tombs of the Fallen “Tombs of Fallen” pack, which was released in the month of November 2021. An official launch date hasn’t yet been yet confirmed, but it is expected to be “coming very soon” as per today’s official announcement via Twitter’s official Assassin’s CreedTwitter feed:

Ubisoft simply couldn’t resist the temptation to keep away from tombs after their stunning remake of Tomb Raider. The game was released in 2021. first Tombs of the Fallen DLC allowed players to explore Isu vaults.

They are stuffed with traps and puzzles, and even though some fans were skeptical, the brand-new content was generally praised. It was a lot better than similar elements in the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey had simpler elements like the hidden snakes, the slippery flooring tiles, and walls that move.

While Ubisoft’s Tomb Raider games could be improved by adding some more real tombs, the puzzles that they do put effort into are truly innovative and enjoyable. It would be interesting to see how the next Tombs of the Fallen pack improves, possibly enhancing the elements that worked in the earlier DLC (and maybe fixing one or two flaws).

However, more than some fans are dissatisfied with the fact that Creed isn’t taking a different path The developers haven’t been distracted by this. It’s been nearly an entire time since we last had.

The developers will probably be looking forward towards Mirageat at the moment as opposed to the expansion of Valhalla It’s fortunate to have this content in the first place. Actually, Ubisoft announced more than a handful of games earlier in the month.

However, Valhalla has got several unique updates over the years, including “The Forgotten Saga” and other free updates that helped the game gain momentum. It’s always nice to have more content, but there’s some hope as long as developers keep adding simple patches such as this:

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The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is going to include more intriguing tombs at some point in the near future.

A.C.fans were presented with the announcement of an upcoming DLC pack, an update in the “Tombs of the Fallen “Tombs of Fallen” pack, which was released in the month of November 2021. An official launch date hasn’t yet been yet confirmed, but it is expected to be “coming very soon” as per today’s official announcement via Twitter’s official Assassin’s CreedTwitter feed:

Ubisoft simply couldn’t resist the temptation to keep away from tombs after their stunning remake in Tomb Raider. The game was released in 2021. first Tombs of the Fallen DLC allowed players to explore Isu vaults.

They are stuffed with traps and puzzles, and even though some fans were skeptical, the brand-new content was generally praised. It was a lot better than similar elements in the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey had simpler elements like the hidden snakes, the slippery flooring tiles, and walls that move.

While Ubisoft’s Tomb Raider games could be improved by adding some more real tombs, the puzzles that they do put effort into are truly innovative and enjoyable. It would be interesting to see how the next Tombs of the Fallen pack improves, possibly enhancing the elements that worked in the earlier DLC (and maybe fixing one or two flaws).

However, more than some fans are dissatisfied with the fact that Creed isn’t taking a different path The developers haven’t been distracted by this. It’s been nearly an entire time since we last had.

The developers will probably be looking forward towards Mirageat at the moment as opposed to the expansion of Valhalla It’s fortunate to have this content in the first place. Actually, Ubisoft announced more than a handful of games earlier in the month.

However, Valhalla has gotten several unique updates over the years, including “The Forgotten Saga” and other free updates that helped the game gain momentum. It’s always nice to have more content, but there’s some hope as long as developers keep adding simple patches such as this:

 

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